Kirtan, literally translated as "to repeat," is a form of devotional chanting whose roots go back over 500 years to India. In this fun invigorating practice Sonam will lead the group in a call and response chant.
Chanting can help to calm and soothe the mind, relieving stress. Plus it's fun, invigorating, and a great way to connect more deeply to yourself and to others. Come to listen, to chant, and to enjoy the transformational power of sound!
No experience with chanting, singing, or yoga required!
Sonam Targee has had a successful clinic in Ayurveda and herbal medicine, for 27 years. He has taught in Yoga Centers and hospitals around the country and he currently practices and lives in Rochester, NY. He was born in Tamil Nadu, South India , and has extensively studied Indian music, Indian medicine, and Indian spirituality. He has studied Ayurveda with Dr. Vasant Lad, Dr. Robert, Svoboda, and Dr. Mahadevan. He holds a masters degree in Chinese Medicine, a practitioner's certification in Neuro-Linguistic Programming and a Bachelor's degree in Ethno-musicology.